TUNE IN

Episode 1

MicroAggressions and Assumptions

Micro in name, Macro in impact. This episode explores the term Micro Aggressions, the devastating, long lasting effects on the recipient and how they are commonly used in the Arts community and in the wider world.

Episode 2

Summer 2020; Lockdown And Black Lives

This episodes takes us back to the Summer of 2020. We explore the events that followed the tragic murder of George Floyd and the devastating impact it had on the black communities during an already unprecedented pandemic and lockdown in the UK.

Episode 3

Let's talk about bame

This episodes takes us back to the Summer of 2020. We explore the events that followed the tragic murder of George Floyd and the devastating impact it had on the black communities during an already unprecedented pandemic and lockdown in the UK.

Episode 4

SPEAKING UP AND SPEAKING OUT

This episode looks at the repercussions interviewees have experienced from speaking up about their experiences of racial injustice in the past. It also explores how 2020 has changed their relationship to Speaking Out and if it really has been enough for them to feel safe to do so now.

Episode 5

A MOMENT VS A MOVEMENT

The Black Lives Matter movement started long before the year 2020 but after an astonishing response the year of racial reckoning, is this a turning point? Is this time A Movement or A Movement? Are we ready to mobilize and dismantle systems? Has the Arts sector done enough to convince its Black communities?

Episode 6

The Ownership of Black Stories

This episode explores the ownership of Black Art and stories. Where are we in our ownership of Black Art and Black Stories?

Episode 7

What will Equity ad Equality look like in the Arts? Does remolding the artistic and political landscape leave our white counter parts with less? Does reverse racism exist?

Episode 8

In this episode we look at the pressures of growing up Black in modern Britain and how they effect your creative life. Everything from home life to stark warnings from parents about ambition and reward. Why do Black creatives often feel they need to go above and beyond to be accepted in the Arts and Entertainment industries? Where does the notion of having to work harder than your white counter parts come from?

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